Fun Facts and Inspiration for November 2

Fun Facts and Inspiration for November 2

Inspiration . . .                              

“Bear one another’s burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ.”  Galatians 6:2

Did you know . .

The capitol of Tennessee is Nashville?  The Capitol is rumored to be haunted by the architect and the overseer of the building’s construction. They are both buried there in a vault. They were famous for their arguments and residents have heard arguing voices coming from the area of the vault.

The slowest speed at which information travels between neurons is about 260 miles per hour? (of course, that is after morning coffee!)

Recycling one glass jar saves enough energy to watch TV for 3 hours?

William Taft is the only U.S. President to also serve as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court? (1921-1930)

The only continent that does not have a McDonald’s is Antarctica? (what do they eat?)

Retrograde amnesia is a lack of memory for past events? (as opposed to a lack of memory for future events????)

In real estate, a short sale is a transaction where the lender or lenders agree to accept less than the home owner owes on the house.  In some cases the lender(s) will forgive the unpaid amount but in other cases the lender(s) work out a deal so the homeowner can pay the difference.  Always keep in mind that just because a home is listed as a short sale, it does not mean that it is a good deal for the new home buyer.  It simple means that the lender is looking for less that the home owner owes, not necessarily the current market price.

NOTE: My advice is that if you are thinking of buying a short sale, ALWAYS talk to a REALTOR and have them represent you.  The listing agent represents the seller.

In any real estate transaction, talk to a REALTOR who can give you the information you need to make an informed decision.

As always, if I can help with any of your real estate needs, please feel free to text or call  me at 615 417-8182 or email me at



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